“The Book of Noah” is a journal of the first 10 years of the life Noah Gregory, a child born with Down Syndrome before later developing (or given) Autism. Told by his father (with contributions from an online blog written by his mother) the book attempts to give an inside picture of how a child born with permanent disadvantages affects everyone around him…for better or worse.
With a lot of humor and brutal honesty, the book wants to reach and teach the reader, giving a voice to other parents who can understand the struggle and the joys of raising a child with special needs that others may not have to face. Its goal is to teach others that what you may see in public may not be the entire story.
25% of the net proceeds go to Down Syndrome/Autism Charities.
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G. Eric was born in NYC, a child of the 1970’s and 80’s who loved to write since he was 8 years old. A fan of a variety of genres, he won a citywide poetry contest when he was in the 8th grade. After years of doors being slammed in his face, he decided to go the self-publishing route, releasing his first book, “A Prayer for the Dying” in 2012. He has released a total of 5 books in his writing career, covering everything from children’s tales to 90 things that irritate him. He is married with 2 kids, currently living in the Midwestern U.S.